1°09’37.3” N 104°19’12.9” E
GMT + 7 VHF Channel 72
BERTH
- 14 berths
- 1°09’40.0” N 104°19’17.6” E.
- Marina pontoons suitable for private yachts up to 25m in length and draft up to 3m.
- Both short-term and long-term berthing is avaiable at this facility. Electrical and water hook-ups are available at the berth.
- Electrical and water hook-ups are available at the berths
Anchorage
Boats with draft of more than 3.5m
1°10.378’N 104°18.437” E.
Depth : 10m.
Docking/Berthing Fee
L.O.A Daily (SGD) Anually
Per Foot IDR 10,000  
40ft and below IDR 400,000 IDR 146,000,000

Note:

  1. Minimum Charge is 40ft
  2. Annual rate discount 20% (pay in advance) and discount 30% for investor in Bintan Resorts
CIQP Fees

Operating Hour 08.00-19.00 pm.

It is advised the boats arrived during daylight hour. Prior to arrival at VHF channel 14 at 156.700Mhz. call sign “BBT Terminal”.

Contact
PT. Pelnas Bintan Mulia, C/O Ferry Terminal, Bandar Bentan Teani, Jl. Raja Haji, Bintan Resort, Lagoi, Telok Sebong, Bintan.
Mobile : +62 852 7292 4760
Phone : +62 770 691935
Fax : +62 770 691927
Email : bintanmulia.bbt@gmail.com
Ferry Terminal Manager: +62 812 7060 590
Manager on Duty (mobile): +62 812 7068 093

Agent Fee

Time of Arrival Charge
08.00am – 19.00pm IDR 600,000
19.00pm – 22.00pm IDR 1,200,000
After 22.00 pm IDR 1,800,000

Note: for arrival or departure before office hours, please contact for the arrangement.

Charges

Items Charge Remarks
Marina Fee (Berthing charge) IDR 400,000  
Terminal Levy IDR 65,000 Per Passenger
Breakdown:
  1. Terminal charge
    IDR 15,000
  2. Seaport tax
    IDR 30,000
  3. Security charges
    IDR 20,000
  4. VIP Lounge:
    IDR 45,000/pax
     
Utilities :    
Water/M3 IDR 33,000  
Electricity/Kwh IDR 3,100  
Power Voltage  220 V
CLOSEST Raja Haji Fisabilillah International Airport (TJN)/(54.5Km)
CLOSEST Baru City (25 km)
1. RSUD Busung Tanjung Uban (39.2 Km)
2. Klinik Pariwisata Lagoi (1.9 km)
3. Rumah Sakit Aneka Tambang Kijang (54.9 km)
Rupiah (IDR)
Emergency Contact Numbers Crisis Center: +62 770 691010
Duty Manager, BBT: +62 812 7068093
Manager, BBT FT: +62 812 7060590
Bandar Bintan Telani

Jl. Raja Haji Teluk Sebong, Teluk Sebong, Sebong Lagoi, Bintan, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia 29155

Phone : + 62 770 691935

Port of Bandar Bintan Telani

Places of Interest Around Bandar Bintan Telani


Lagoi Beach (7 minutes by car)

A short drive away from Bandar Bentan Telani, this beach boasts sights that are comparable to Bali and Lombok. With tall coconut trees shading over the white sand and rolling waves on its shores, it has become a popular destinations for international tourists. The area also boasts luxury amenities, such as swimming pools, spas, and restaurants.

Attractions in Lagoi Beach include:

  • Sunbathing under the warm sun
  • Swimming in the calm and clear waters
  • Strolling along the sandy beach
  • Enjoying tasty seafood dishes on the beachside restaurants

Trikora Beach (1 hour by car)

Visitors arriving at Trikora Beach will immediately see pristine white sandy beaches untarnished by buildings and other manmade structures because most resorts reside further inland, a considerable distance from the entrance. Some parts of the Trikora beach are peppered with giant granites, some jutting right from the clear blue waters, making the site quite a sight to see. From certain hotels, visitors can even get to hop on a banana boat or relax in restaurants on piers above the waters. Since public transportation is still a rarity among these parts, visitors are recommended to rent a private car to reach this 25km long beach.

Attractions in Trikora Beach include:

  • Strolling by the pristine clean beach filled with smooth granite stones of varying size.
  • Heading to resorts built by hotels filled with aquatic enjoyments like a banana boat.
  • Sitting in restaurant piers available along the beach.

White Sands Island (1 hour 10 minutes by car)

White Sands Island, or more commonly known in the local tongue as Pulau Beralas Pasir is one of the beautiful small islands that’s scattered in Bintan’s immediate vicinity. White Sands Island offers many enjoyment for visitors, both available for free such as playing beach volley, frolicking in the soft white sands and blue waters, or paid ones such as snorkeling, canoeing, diving, or even camp in huts catered for 4 people. Visitors can reach White Sands Island using rented cars, because not many public transportations are readily available to and from the site.

Attractions in White Sands Island include:

  • Games of beach volley to be played by friends and family
  • Camping in the camping grounds especially set aside for the purpose
  • In certain seasons, visitors can see tortoise breeding seasons, where they lay eggs by the beaches that are protected by the government to be released back to the sea when they mature.

Canoeing

Visitors looking forward to do a little paddling can go canoeing, where they can rent both conventional canoes and transparent canoes for visitors to see the underwater life. Due to the clean underwater ecosystem, visitors can often see exotic shallow water fishes, or even tortoise that calls the island home to lay eggs in. Canoe rentals are available in several resorts in White Sands Island (1 hour 10 minutes by car)

Wakeboarding

A 338 hectare waterfront resort city located in Bintan, this resort offers a wakeboarding area that uses a system of electrically-driven cables developed by German wakepark technology, so no more motorboats towing you along for the ride. With friendly instructors to provide guidance, you will be wakeboarding in no time. Wakeboarding is available in Bintan Treasure Bay (walking distance - 12 minutes)

Surfing

Visitors who are eager to be one with the coastal nature can break out their surfboards and ride the waves off the shores in the island. The waves are quite moderate, which makes for a suitable playground for beginners. Surfing sites are available in White Sands Island and Trikora Beach

Snorkeling

Plunge into the clear waters of Bintan and experience the variety of soft and hard reefs that have been put under conservation efforts to retain its natural beauty. Bintan boasts the best spots to see how the underwater life filled with corals, anemones, and clownfishes interact with each other. Snorkeling day trips with gear rentals are available on Lagoi Beach, Trikora Beach, and White Sands Island.

Scuba diving

Through Bintan Diving, visitors looking forward to see aquatic life upclose in diving depths can enroll themselves in programs available for first-time divers and the seasoned alike with Open Water Diver courses available. Accessible all year round, visitors will get to see vibrant, colorful underwater flora and fauna like anemones, clownfishes, and nudibranches, among other creatures. The shallow waters are perfect for beginner divers. Scuba diving courses, day trips, and gear rentals are available in Trikora Beach.

Paintballing (11 minutes by car)

Available in Nirwana Gardens, visitors looking for a stronger dose of adrenaline-pumping entertainment will find paintballing sites to play against friends and strangers alike. Most commonly playing the “capture the flag” rule, visitors will find no shortage of excitement in the paintball field.

Ria Bintan Golf Club (16 minutes by car)

This beachfront golfing resort offers a clear view of South China Sea, surrounded by lush green trees, this golfing resort offers 18 holes catering to both first-timers and more experienced golfers alike.

Busung Desert (40 minutes by car)

A desert uncommonly found in a tropical island, visitors will be met with long stretches of sand and dunes as far as the eyes can see. Being a former mining area, now Busung desert is a tourist destination looking for a little twist against the backdrop of beaches and aquatic entertainments. Accessible right beside Jalan Raya Busung but with no public transportation available, visitors will have to arrange their own transportation, using cars or bikes.

Lake Kawal (1 hour 10 minutes by car)

A lake with unusually surreal turquoise-colored waters, Danau Biru situated in the Kawal region in Bintan is a hypnotizing sight to behold. Bright blue waters contrasting with white hills all around it, this lake is a popular tourist destination, especially for taking pictures with background that will really pop.

Vihara Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva (1 hour 21 minutes by car)

Quite a unique temple area in Bintan, this temple is also known as the 1000 Faces Temple. This temple is home to 500 apostles of Buddha in many expressions. Visitors will have to convince themselves that they are not in a temple in China, due to construction that bears some resemblance to the Great Wall of China.
1. The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (BAKAMLA)

Established in 1972, The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (Indonesian: Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia – BAKAMLA) is a maritime patrol and rescue agency of the Republic of Indonesia. (www.bakamla.go.id)

Headquarter
Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta 10320, Indonesia
Batam Office
Jln. RE Martadinata, Tj. Pinggir, Sekupang, Batam 29425, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia

Phone : +62 778 326060

2. Indonesian Naval Hydrographic And Oceanographic Center (PUSHIDROSAL)

Pushidrosal is the authority to serve as the official provider of hydro-oceanographic activies, inlcuding oceanographic data, map, publications and navigation safety, both military and public, in Indonesia. This authority reports to the Chief of Staff of Indonesian Navy. (www.pushidrosal.id)

Headquarter:
Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara- Indonesia

3. Local Port Authorities

Kantor Syahbandar dan Otoritas Pelabuhan (KSOP) Kelas II Tanjung Pinang
Tanjung Pinang City, Indonesia

Kantor Syahbandar dan Otoritas Pelabuhan (KSOP) Kelas III – Kijang
Jl. Pelabuhan Sri Bayintan No. 9, Kijang Kota, Bintan Keppri 29151, Indonesia

Phone : +62 771 21014



Phone : +62 771 463765

4. Immigration Office

Immigration Office Class II Tanjung Uban: Jl. Indunsuri No. 9, Tanjung Uban, North Bintan, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 771 81927

1. Asia Panganindo Jaya - (Food Supply & Services)

Batam Office: Jl. Yosudarso Block D No. 16, Batam, Indonesia

2. CV. Rezeki Baru - (Ship Chandler and Food Supplier)

Batam Head Office: Komp Union Industrial Park Block D No. 15, Batu Ampar, Batam, Indonesia

Phone : +62 778 7413216

3. PT. Kanana - (Ship Chandler and Food Supplier)

Komplek Ruko Villa Alam Lestari, Blok AA No. 2A
Jln. Gajahmada, Tiban Baru, Batam, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia 29425

Phone : +62 778 8014888 / +62 778 8014999

4. PT. Singatac Bintan - (Fuels, Repairs & Shipyard )

Lot 2 Bintan Industrial Estate, Lobam Bintan, Indonesia 29154

Phone: +62 770 696788/789

5. PT Asianfast Marine Industries - (Shipyards)

AMI Building, Jln. R.E. Martadinata Lot 02, Sekupang
Batam, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia 29428

Phone : +62 778 321120

1. CASSIA Bintan

Jl. Teluk Berembang Laguna Bintan Resort, Teluk Sebong, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +65 6849 5888
Fax : +65 6462 2463

2. Nirwana Resort Hotel

Jl. Panglima Pantar, Sebong Lagoi, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 7706 92505
Fax : +62 7706 92550

3. Lagoi Bay Villas

Jl. Gurindam Duabelas kav. T30-32 Lagoi Bay-Bintan, Sebong, Bintan, Indonesia

Phone : +62 7706 92257
Mobile : +62 812 6825 7122

4. Bintan Lagoon Resort

Jl. Indera Segara Site A12, Laoi, Teluk Sebong, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 7706 91388
Fax : +62 7706 91300

5. Club Med Bintan

Jl. Perigi Raya Lot A11, Lagoi Bintan Utara, Keppri, Indonesia 29120

Club Med Advisor : 0800 1 258 263
Phone : +62 7706 92801

1. Ria Bintan Golf Club

Jl. Perigi Raja, Lagoi North Bintan, Bintan, Indonesia 29152

Phone : +62 770 692839

2. Bintan Lagoon Resort

Jl. Indera Segara Site A12, Laoi, Teluk Sebong, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 7706 91388
Fax : +62 7706 91300

3. Laguna Golf Bintan

Jl. Teluk Berembang Laguna Bintan Resort, Lagoi. Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 770 693 188

1. Martha Tilaar Salon Day Spa Bintan

Ruko Kota Sebong Blok C no. 3-4 Township, Kawasan Bintan Lagoon, Bintan, Indonesia 29152

Phone : +62 770 692 888

2. D’Bintan Salon Day Spa

Komplek Ruko Pujasera Block C No. 06-07 Township Bintan Resort Area, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 852 7111 6198 | +62 770 692 898

3. Banyan Tree Spa

Jl. Teluk Berembang Laguna Bintan, Bintan Resorts Lagoi, Bintan, Indonesia 29155

Phone : +62 770 693 100

1. Global Bintan Tour & Travel

Head Office
Sebong Lagoi, Teluk Sebong, Bintan Regency, Riau Islands, Indonesia 29152

Branch Office
Kampoeng Lagoi Taxi, Kawasan Pariwisata Lagoi, North Bintan, Riau Islands, Indonesia

Phone : +62 770 691 818
+62 770 691 838
+62 813 7254 8288

2. Bintan Travel – Paket Wisata Bintan

Komplek Taman Sari Blok D no. 49, Tanjung Uban, North Bintan, Riau Islands, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 812 641 26 333
+62 812 6412 6333
+62 819 828 117

A part of the Riau Islands province of Indonesia, Bintan is located at the northern tip of the island. Only 45 minutes away from Singapore by ferry, Bintan is filled with all manners of resorts. Separated from the resorts, are the border towns filled with fishing villages and local style resorts filled with beaches. The colorful town of Tanjung Pinang is no reputed to be one of Indonesia’s most historic city, with its ancient vibrant market partly located on stilts just on the waters.

Bandar Bentan Telani (BBT) is a ferry terminal on the western tip of Bintan Resorts, Bintan Island, in the Riau archipelago of Indonesia. Several daily fast ferries connect Bandar Bentan Telani Terminal to Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore in only 45 minutes.

While ferry passengers embark and disembark at port Bandar Bintan Belani, yachts can proceeds to BBT-Bintan Resorts. Previously, yachts planning to sail to Bintan, the Riau Islands had to call at Nongsa Point, Batam for clearance of necessary permits.

Effective 2012, under the Regulation of President No.79/2011 all local and international yachts are allowed to sail directly to Bandar Bentan Telani (BBT) - Bintan Resorts and have their immigration and custom processing done at BBT.

The island has beaches with beach-front hotels and resorts. Arriving at Bandar Bentan Telani, visitors will be immediately greeted by resorts that are commonly misunderstood as a part of Singapore due to its higher standards in infrastructures, utilities, and security. Currently there are seven independently owned and operated beach resorts, four designer golf courses, as well as a range of recreational facilities and attractions located within.

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